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Seminars, Lectures and Meetings

13Feb
8:00 AM | 29 S. Paca Street ABC Conference Room, Lower Level Join the Department of Family and Community Medicine for its quarterly Primary Care Forum. Topics include Substance Abuse Interventions, Suicide Prevention, and Synthetic Cannabinoids.
13Feb
12:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Topic: “Missing in Axon: How does the mis-localization of tau from the axon to the soma occur in Alzheimer's disease?" Speaker: Hiroaki Misono, PhD
13Feb
4:00 PM | Health Science Facility II Auditorium SPEAKER: Kimberly Davis, PhD from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health TOPIC: Heterogeneity and Community Behavior in Pathogenic Bacterial Populations
13Feb
4:00 PM | SOM Leadership Hall Come help us get WIMS established at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
14Feb
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This session focuses on how to write an interesting and informative title and abstract, including tips on writing style.
14Feb
12:00 PM | University of Maryland Medical Center, OB Classroom (P6H306) - 6th Floor SPEAKER: Dr. Hannah Lane, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Pediatrics TOPIC:Beyond a “Hidden Risk Factor�: Advancing Our Understanding of Child and Adolescent Health Literacy
14Feb
12:00 PM | MSTF Atrium 685 West Baltimore Street CIBR Lunch & Learn Series Translational Laboratory Shared Service TOPICS: Modeling Disease from Mouse to Microbiome and The Program in Comparative Medicine: Services, Species and Consultations
19Feb
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This session focuses on making the best hiring decisions, beginning with tips on how to attract postdocs and techs to your lab, which can be challenging if you are an early stage investigator.
19Feb
9:00 AM | Health Science Facility (HSF) II Auditorium - 20 Penn Street This session is open to SOM and UMB faculty and staff, students and interested personnel
19Feb
3:00 PM | BRB 10-033 Dr. Wang's research presentation is titled HIF-1α Is a Molecular Switch from GVHD to GVL Effect by Differential Regulation of PD-L1,
20Feb
4:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility III, Room 4020 TOPIC: Activation of Human Brown Adipose Tissue to Improve Glycemic Control and Metabolic Health | SPEAKER: Aaron Cypress, MD,PhD, MMSc
20Feb
4:00 PM | Health Science Facility II Auditorium Topic: Dimethylcytosines Modulate RNA Virus Gene Expression" Speaker: Cara Pager, PhD, University of Albany, SUNY
21Feb
12:00 PM | Elm Ballrooms Psychiatry Grand Rounds - Gundry Lecture - 2/21/19
21Feb
12:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Topic: “Divergent roles of p53 in venous thrombosis and arteriogenesis" Speaker: Rajabrata Sarkar MD, PhD
22Feb
2:00 PM | BRB 10-033 Dr. Monica Schneider and Dr. Abraham Schneider will share their life journey to academia in America.
26Feb
9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 This interactive workshop will assist faculty in identifying non-NIH sources of funding for their research.
27Feb
4:00 PM | Health Science Facility II Auditorium Topic: “Assembly and Export of Cell Surface Glycolipids in Gram–Negative Bacteria� Speaker: Christopher Whitfield, PhD from University of Guelph
1Mar
1:00 PM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 224 This seminar will provide an overview of the range of SOM's corporate funding projects and describe state programs that help pay for collaborations with Maryland companies.
4Mar
1:00 PM | Leadership Hall (MSTF) TOPIC: NIA Enters a New Age: Aging Research Questions and the Opportunities Available to Address Them | SPEAKER: Richard Hodes, MD, NIH
5Mar
10:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 The purpose of this workshop is to help faculty in composing and clearly describing their underlying research question, hypothesis, and specific aims.
7Mar
11:30 AM | Bressler Research Building, 9th Floor Conference Room Nicole LaRonde, Ph.D., UMCP, will present "Targeting RIO Kinases for New Anti-Cancer Strategies" at the Hormone Responsive Cancers Monthly Meeting.
14Mar
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 210 During this session, participants will receive helpful advice on how to best respond to reviewers' comments when resubmitting a research paper.
19Mar
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 Participants will hear from two academic research scientists who have learned how to finance their programs by applying for funding from diverse sources, including the NIH, foundations, etc.
9Apr
8:30 AM | SMC Campus Center Maryland Neuroimaging Retreat Topic: Functional Neuroimaging of Brain Development, Disorders, and Disease
11Apr
12:00 PM | Elm Ballrooms Psychiatry Grand Rounds - Cultural Diversity Day - 4/11/19
18Apr
12:00 PM | Elm Ballrooms Psychiatry Grand Rounds - Taghi Modaressi Lecture - 4/18/19
30Apr
1:00 PM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This seminar will introduce participants to the many types of grant applications available through the VA, including eligibility requirements, tips for applying, and insights into the review process.
29May
11:00 AM | Westminster Hall, 519 W. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD 21201 TOPIC: Investigating Cancer in Context SPEAKER: Isaac Witz, PhD Emeritus, Tel Aviv University
30May
12:00 PM | Elm Ballrooms Psychiatry Grand Rounds - Research Day - 6/6/19
31Oct
7:30 AM | InterContinental Hotel - The Whalf, 801 Wharf Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024 Theme: Diabetes in Pregnancy Across the Care Continuum - The meeting will feature experts who play an active role in a patient's care from conception to long-term care.
1Nov
7:30 AM | InterContinental Hotel - The Whalf, 801 Wharf Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024 Theme: Diabetes in Pregnancy Across the Care Continuum - The meeting will feature experts who play an active role in a patient's care from conception to long-term care.